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thing that my new government will have the privilege of doing is to warmly welcome president obama to israel. [applause] i look forward to the president's visit. it will give me an opportunity along with the people of israel to express our appreciation for what he has done for israel. the president and i agreed to focus our discussion on three main issues -- first, iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons, second, the deteriorating situation in syria, and third, the need to find a responsible way to advance peace with the palestinians. on the first point, iran has made it clear that it will continue to defy the will of the international community. time after time, the world's leading powers have tabled proposals to resolve the iranian nuclear issue peacefully, but i have to tell you the truth. diplomacy has not worked. iran ignores all these offers. it is running out the clock. it has used negotiations, including the most recent ones, to buy time to press ahead with its nuclear program, so thus far, the sanctions have not stopped the nuclear program either. sanctions have hit the iranian
, president obama says aloha to israel. and my guest james franco is the star of the new movie "oz, the great and powerful." i'll nail him, and his little dog, too. [laughter] queen elizabeth has been released from the hospital for what they say is a stomach bug. either that, or there's another royal baby on the way! this is "the colbert report." [cheers and applause] ["the colbert report" theme music playing] [cheers and applause] right here. right there. good evening, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the report. thank you for joining us. [cheers and applause] [crowd chanting, "stephen!"] [cheers and applause] thank you so much. thank you so. ladies and gentlemen, we've got to get to the news. [cheers and applause] nation, if you haven't heard-- i know my studio audience hasn't because we keep them in a hyperbaric chamber before the show-- there are two huge, breaking stories tonight. first hugo chavez venezuelan strongman and friend of the show is dead. repeat. hugo chavez is dead. [audience reacts] >> stephen: i know. obviously this leaves a huge hole in south american politics and an even
. big shootout with alan colmes tonight. i say president obama has not put forth any specific budget cuts at all. yet liberal america continues to defend that. we have a follow-up report tonight so buckle up. >> we have very strong laws, stronger than jessica's law. >> you actually don't have strong laws. you are lucky o'reilly wasn't here today, sir. >> bill: what is going on in the state of colorado? it doesn't want to pass jessica's law to protect kids but it does want to legalize marijuana and impose new restrictions on gun ownership. we'll have a follow-up on that. also tonight, dennis miller on dennis rodman, alan colmes, and the obama administration telling the kids they can't come to the white house. >> what are you, nuts? get out of here. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. enough, enough. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. lots of folks talking about my shootout with alan colmes last night where i asked him what specific, specific budge
execution program. more on that in a minute. but first, president obama has gone too far this time, even for him. he tried to scare us on sequestration, but america seems to be getting along just fine. he said janitors were getting pink slips. they weren't now. he is punishing the kids. no more white house tours for the kids. he let thousands of illegals go free, though. are you getting it, folks? do you see what is hang here? president obama wants to punish us. hope and change is scare and blame. we're on to the game. case and point, spending. anyone with half a brain really think he wants to cut spending a punny? my pal alan combs walked in a buzz saw when bill o'reilly confronted him on obama's lies spending. watch. >> here are the programs that are going to go down. here is how we are going to reform medicare and social security. the man refuses to do it. >> not true. >> hold it. he is now teed off at you. give me one damn program he said he has cut -- >> he cut entitlements. >> entitlements. a program. >> are you saying you agree with him -- >> the sitting in the oval office for fiv
with this white house. after criticizing president obama's handling of the budget battle, upped the ante by saying the administration was pushing back hard at him. >> it was said to me in an e-mail by a top -- >> what was it. >> it was said very clearly, you will regret doing this. i mean, it makes me very uncomfortable to have the white house telling reporters, you're going to regret doing something that you believe in even though we don't look at it that way, you do look at it that way. >>> but it turns out the white house e-mail gene spurling said he was offering that advice as a friend. so did woodward falsely suggest this was an attempt at intimidation? >>> are the media swallowing the obama line on the deep budget cuts that just took effect? >>> michelle obama on another tv blitz with some critics giving one appearance a big thumbs down. >> now for the moment we have all been waiting for. and the oscar goes to -- "argo." congratulations. >> are the media surrendering the airwaves to the first lady? >>> plus, how did yahoo! melissa mayor go from silicon valley icon -- >> doesn't matter which
changed their tune. the washington times, obama poll numbers take a post-sequester dive. "the washington post," did obama cry wolf on sequester? u.s. news and world report, how obama bungled the sequester. and from politico, obama administration sequester claims shot down by fact checkers. and tom brokaw said mr. obama present too much time campaigning, suggesting he should have been at camp david with congressional leaders working out a deal. so, jim, has the coverage changed? have we seen that about-face? >> i think it has. the media research center's jeffrey dickens pointed out that two-thirds of the mainstream media coverage was alarmist before this happened, but then, i think, last week i said that the administration was getting a little ahead of its skis in terms of sequester and pushing too hard and declaring doom and gloom and i think having watched "saturday night live" last weekend where it had a fake president obama saying, quote, i don't know anything about money, unquote. and i think now you can say the administration has jumped the shark on-- to use a tv cliche and further
correspondent ed henry tells us tonight how the obama administration is dealing with this. >> at the first cabinet meeting since the sequester hit, president obama declared a budget cuts are of deep concern. since the sky is not fallen, not yet, mr. obama also continued to try to carefully calibrate expectations. >> we can manage through it. we are going to rely on the outstanding leadership of all the agencies to make sure we do whatever it is that we need to get done to help america's families. >> that came as the education secretary arnie duncan declared "language is important "as he apologized for his comments that drew four pinocchios from the "washington post." >> i said pink slips, that was probably the wrong word. it should have used job eliminations, position eliminated. you heard repeatedly that, i should have been clear there. >> the white house is also dealing with the president's own comments that initially drew two pinocchios. after the news conference on friday that mentioned custodians workin working in the capital. >> janitors, security guards. they just got a pay cut. the
to leave the 47% to take far behind him, mitt just couldn't resist this. >> obama care was very attractive. particularly those without health insurance. and they came out in large numbers to vote. >> the weakness that our campaign had, and i had, is that we weren't effective in taking my message primarily to minority voters. to hispanic americans, african-americans, other minorities, that was a real weakness. we did well with the majority of the population, not with minority populations, and that was a -- that was a failing. that was a real mistake. >> why do you think that was? >> well, i think the obama care attractiveness and feature was something we underestimated in -- particularly among lower incomes. and we just didn't do as good a job of connecting with that audience as we should have. >> romney did resist the temptation to join the conservative chorus condemning chris christie's praise of how president obama handled hurricane sandy. >> chris did what he thought was best for the people of his state. >> honest, as we sit here right now. do you wish he would have been a little less e
." what a difference a week makes. last friday night the news was all gloom and doom. president obama was predicting the worst because of the budget-cutting sequester. republicans, democrats, including the president, were at each other's throat. but fast forward to tonight. they're basking in the glow of a very good jobs report, 236,000 new jobs created and unemployment rate dropped to 7.7%. the economy may not be as good as it could be but it is stronger than many thought. and on wall street the dow set record high after record high this week. closing up another 67 points today and showing gains on all five trading days for a weekly rise of 307 points. corporate profits, dividends and other payouts to investors are soaring. i am still playing stocks and the economy from the optimistic side. and in washington a new president obama engaged in deficit dinner diplomacy with those very same republican senators he was bashing only a week ago. this is good in my opinion. now we are hearing that former president bill clinton may have put obama up to it by turning the president into the new s
, everybody. president obama will sign a directive that will execute the long dreaded but arrived sequester. president obama in the democratic party engaging in misrepresentation about the spending cuts for weeks. the obama administration has carried out a campaign of fear and blame it couldn't possibly be matched by the consequences of $44 billion in cuts to what is a $3.8 billion budget. all of that is now at an end and it appears so are the days of republican confusion and how to deal with president obama and his politics of fear and urgent demands. the days of obama drama appear to be at an end. how speaker john boehner and mitch mcconnell seem to have finally figured out things. the republican leaders unveiled a new perspective on how to deal with a divided capital and are now insisting that those emergency negotiations with the president on crucial issues and public policy choices we longer be negotiated in private meetings between the president and the republican leaders. instead, they are restoring regular order in the house and senate. senator mitch mcconnell releasing the followin
a bubble and will it go bust? also form d.e.a. chiefs putting pressure on the obama administration to block washington and colorado's new laws legalizing pot. weigh in on other state measures, why the silence now? welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm david asman in for paul gigot. despite his so-called charm offensive to republican members of congress this week, "the washington post" confirmed what we already expected, president obama's anti-republican attacks are going to continue, that he's not really in a compromising mood on the budget sequester or pretty much anything else. according to the post, his aim is not to get along with the g.o.p., but to get them out. the goal is to flip the republican-held house back to democratic control, allowing obama it push forward with a progressive agenda, gun control, immigration, climate change and the economy during his final two years in office according to congressional democrats, strategists and others familiar with obama's thinking, but has that strategist already started to back fire. let's ask columnist and deputy editor dan henninger
. president obama will be speaking. a number of speeches and satire will be held here. president obama in his weekly address discuss the u.s. economy. we will take a look at that now. we got february job numbers. 236,000 jobs added. the president is followed by senator sessions. >> hi, everyone. my top priority as president is making sure we do everything we can to reignite the engine of america's economic growth. yesterday we received some welcome news on that front. we learned that businesses added nearly 236,000 jobs last month. the unemployment rate fell to 7.7%. still too hi, but lower than when i took office. -- too high, but lower than when i took office. our manufacturers are bringing jobs back to america. our stock market has rebounded. numeral's are being built and sold at a faster pace. -- new homes are being built and sold at a faster pace. we need to keep that going. how do we make america a magnet for new jobs? how do we equip more people with the skills. to choir? how do we make sure -- with the skills that jobs require? that needs to be our north star. when big businesses are
. >> president obama will make a few personnel announcements. he's expected to name myth scientist to head up the department of energy and gina mccarthy as the new head of the e.p.a. she comes from inside the agency. he's currently the assistant administrator. over the weekend a white house official said the president had selected sylvia as his next choice for budget chief. the foundation is a charitable organization with ties to walmart stars. >> jack lew was the last head of the office of management and budget. he's just been confirmed as a treasury secretary. berwall served in the clinton administration but can be seen in the obama administration. all three will have to be confirmed by the senate. >>> and secretary of state john kerry speaking at a press conference in saudi arabia today says we do not have an endless amount of time to negotiate with iran over its nuclear program. together with the saudi foreign minister, kerry warned syria's president asat, he must step down or the u.s. and allies will continue to up their support to the syrian rebel opposition. on what is now the 7th leg
'll choose bipartisan compromise. >> reporter: behind the scenes, president obama is calling republicans he thinks may be willing to raise taxes if he can get government to cut medicare and social security. >> i'm not going to raise taxes to fix sequester. >> reporter: some see this as childish. >> when my budget gets tight, i stop spending. >> reporter: new this morning, we're getting word who heads the walmart foundation will be nominated by president obama to take over his office of management and budget. she would be taking over for jack lew who was just named treasury secretary. >>> when elizabeth ii is in a london hospital this morning after being admitted for a stomach infection. we have an update on the queen's condition. >> reporter: buckingham palace puts a very positive spin on the queen's admission into that hospital yesterday for what officials are calling a precautionary measure to treat a boug bout of a stomach bug. she's in good spirits, though those who know her are probably feeling a bit annoyed by all of the fuss. this is uncharted territory for the queen, she maintains a
the reelection of barack obama proved, it's that demographic shifts are making it harder for the gop to win nationally. apparently in 2012, minority voters just didn't connect with the republican message of "stop thief!" [laughter] the man behind obama's minority outreacharound was jeremy bird,i [laughter] who focused on face-to-face communication with core obama support groups, nonwhites unmarried women, and millennials. because we know how much millennials love two face-to-face communication. [laughter] well, now bird has set his sights on a new target. >> team obama's former national field director jeremy bird, one of the masterminds behind the president's reelection victory has decided his next job will be turning texas blue with a new grassroots organization battleground texas. >> you're not considered one of the battleground states. although that's gon' be changing soon.ñr >> stephen: yeah, that's 'gon' be changing even faster than obama's accent! [laughter] [cheers and applause] nation, this means the democrats are messing with texas! a, i believe that's unconstitutional, and b, i b
to block a vote on obama's c.i.a. director nominee john brennan. started at 11:57 a.m. eastern time and didn't end until 12:39 a.m. here are some highlights. >> i will speak as long as it takes until the alarm is sounded from coast to coast. can you kill an american on american soil with a drone strike? it should be an easy answer. your notification is the buzz of the propellers on the drone, as it flies overhead in the seconds before you're killed. is objecting to your government sympathizing with the enemy? are you going to dropp a hell fire missile for those at penn state? jane fonda? the president ran for office said we wouldn't torture people and now says we'll kill people with no due process. it find it incredibly hypocritical and incredibly ironic. this is a long drawn out day and i'm trying to get answers. i thank you for the forbearance. i yield the floor. >> kimberly: guess what? today eric holder followed up with another letter to paul confirming the president does not have authority for targeted strike on unarmed citizens in this country. here was the senator's reaction
to remind you that the media covered whether president obama was even born here was in the tank for president obama. and today is the 100th anniversary of the u.s. department of labor. happyhappy birthday. and it's the birthday of chaz bono, everybody loves chaz bono, and rick perry. this is "viewpoint." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> john: good evening, i'm john fugelsang, and this is "viewpoint." while most of the political world indulged in its latest spectator sport, blaming each other over the the sequester president obama named three nominees to the cap innocent post. energy, office of management and budget. leaving the blame game to the white house press secretary jay carney. >> it is unfortunate, again it's a wholly unnecessary decision made by republicans to allow this to happen. >> john: of course if you listened to speaker of the house john boehner you would know that the $85 billion that the sequester's removed from the economy this year is all the democrats' fault especially, mr. obamas. >> we've known about this for 16 months. and yet even today there's no plan from se
>>> first lady michelle obama speaking candidly about the health of our nation. even doing the dougie. when she participated in google plus hangout today. the first lady connected with kelly ripa and a bunch of other folks on google's video chat site. including one man who just lost a little bit more than 200 pounds. >> i just want to congratulate you on such a huge accomplishment. i know it's been a challenging journey. but you look amazing and, more importantly, i know you feel amazing. obviously, when my kids were little, they were, you know, weren't faced with the huge challenges you were faced with, but i never talked about weight in the household. we just started making changes. and we made changes in a way that didn't -- you know, it didn't make them feel badly about themselves. it didn't even make them feel any ownership over it, because truly kids that age can't control what they eat. >> first lady's first google hangout. now, let's look at the dow here. we're still flirting with that magic number, 14,164. that high, right, alison kosik, from a couple years ago, wh
. >> the nomination of john brennan should be seen as a sign that president obama may take >>> a couple of hours ago, bill o'reilly really lost it on his show. and tonight, fair and balanced bill is one very angry republican. >> give me one damned program he said he'd cut. one! >> smart spending cuts, entitlement reform, tax reform. >> why are you yelling? >> because you're lying! >> the sequel to the sequester. >> everybody has agreed that the sequester is idiotic. >> why can't you fix this? >> real leadership would get this fixed. get everybody in the room and you fix it. >> okay! >> is it just that easy? >> lindsey graham says that the president has called him -- >> the president had conversations with republicans and democrats. >> -- and wants to do a big budget deal. >> a new hope for a bigger bargain. >> there's a caucus of common sense out there. >> you are lying here! >> don't just sit is there and call me a liar. >> no! >> there is a caucus of common sense here. >> why are you yelling? >> okay! >> i'm not saying yes. i'm just not saying no. >> i think i know how to recycle those old bush 20
that president obama may take drones out of the hands of the cia and put them under the control of the military. that would make drone strikes like normal war and not the secretive, unaccountable, denied truth that they are right now. if that is what this nomination means, and this nomination goes forward by the end of the week, our whole country is going to change in terms of how accountable our current war is to we, the people, to whom it is supposed to be accountable. exclamation point. >>> now it's time for "the last word with lawrence o'donnell." have a great night. >>> a couple of hours ago, bill o'reilly really lost it on his show. and tonight, fair and balanced bill is one very angry republican. >> give me one damned program he said he'd cut. one! >> smart spending cuts, entitlement reform, tax reform. >> why are you yelling? >> because you're lying! >> the sequel to the sequester. >> everybody has agreed that the sequester is idiotic. >> why can't you fix this? >> real leadership would get this fixed. get everybody in the room and you fix it. >> okay! >> is it just that easy? >> lindse
to be determined. i want us to be clear. the only reason that we have a barack obama in the white house is because we were determined. it is that determination that brought obama to the white house. it is that determination. we're going to protect our vote in our house. let's get ready to march. march in celebration. march in continuation. >> as far as we've come, there's a lot of work ahead. tomorrow, in north carolina, house republicans will unvail voter idea plans. republicans proposed cutting early voting hours and ending weekend voting. last week, we heard supreme court justice scalia calling a racial retirement. there's work to do. we will not turn back. . thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton. hardball starts right now. >> cutting the deficit at any price. even the price is too high. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm michael smerconish in for chris matthews. leading off tonight, deficit chicken hawks. we begin this week to find that republicans have gotten what they wanted, indiscriminate cuts in government. what no one is disputing is that they'll kill jobs and slow the recovery
obama needs to respond to serious initiatives and not just the pop culture ones. and the leader of north korea needs to learn that. >> here's what i don't get about these diplomatic niceties. why isn't this the best time to call, after north korea has done something that we really really don't want and we really want them to stop doing it. the soviet missiles were in cuba, and so president kennedy was communicating as directly with nikita khrushchev as he could. he didn't say, i'm not going to talk to him now, now that he's done something that bothers me. >> the soviet union and the united states were two great powers vying for global control. north korea is a small state that exists through extortion, by misbehaving and trying to extract resources from other nations in the world by threatening the rest of the nation and wanting to be nice to get resources. you can't reward that behavior too quickly. and i think barack obama's probably calling it right here by keeping some distance. >> brian, thank you very much for getting the story on how this all happened. thanks for joining us tonigh
the dow closed at 14,296, up 42 points on the day. what a socialist barack obama is. now most analysts credit a boom in corporate profits for the stock market's rise. a boom helped along by our ongoing unemployment crisis which allows managers to get away with not raising wages. in fact, workers wages as a percentage of the economy have slumped since the recovery has kicked in. an income for most households have dropped substantially as well. meanwhile, house republicans don't seem too keen on changing that trend. the house voted to fund the government through the end of the fiscal year, which ends september 30th, but left the sequester in place. most republicans voted yes. most democrats no. the bill a give the pentagon flexibility in deciding where to cut but did not touch the $85 billion the sequester will cut from the economy, a cut that could cost three-quarters of a million jobs this year, which would boost both the unemployment rate and income inequality. maybe that's exactly what some members of congress really want. for more let's go to economist and roosevelt institute senior
that have looked at this, including the cbo and says that the factors of this obama administration talking about closing loopholes, interest, zero to maybe 1/10 of 1% on gdp, and we are going to cut the debt. i think we do it in the long-term, not the short-term, but look, here is the central problem that you can't ignore. spending right now is about 23% of gdp. federal spending. taxes are at historic lows for about 16% of gdp. domestic discretionary spending is lower than it's been since 1962. so, you cannot cut your way-- spending cut your way out of this problem. if you want to attack the debt and deficit you have to have a combination of the two otherwise the math doesn't add up. >> brenda: gary b, let's do the math what the ending of the payroll tax holiday has done so far. is that evidence perhaps that we can't hike taxes more? >> well, i think you just saw it, brenda, with what's happening at wal-mart. they clearly stated that you know, that's their constituency, people that take home a paycheck, you know, every week or two weeks, saw that the payroll tax get hiked and what happened
previously called president george w. bush the devil. president obama an embarrassment. in a statement today, president obama said the united states will work to develop a constructive relationship with the venezuelan government which today blamed us for his death. historic day on wall street. the dow soared to the howest close ever, topping 14253. that's above the previous record set in october of 2007 before the great recession when lehman brothers was still in business and apple had just sold its first i pony phone. the third midwest snow storm in as many weeks set to hammer the d.c. the snow quester set to strike within hours. on this day in the year 1946, a former british prime minister named winston churchill ratcheted up the cold war when he he coined the phrase iron curtain in an address to the united states. churchill condemned the soviet union's expanding control over eastern europe. an iron curtain has descended amongst the continent. had been pal with brit britain and the u.s. world war ii. soon after the war's end churchill warned that nation was taking advantage of the power va
't kick. >> let's do fast forward now. president obama will nominate silvia matthews burrow to lead the white house office of management and budget. she worked for the clinton administration. they carry out the policies and is responsible for making the annual budget proposal to congress. that is how fox reports on this sunday march 3rd, 2013. i had such a good time i should feel guilty but i don't. huckabee is next. >> . >> john: this hour. >> i am kicking the can down the road. >> john: is that what this is going to be a bare knuckled brawl. >> already is. >> do you see courage out there. >> i'd like to see a heck after lot more. they all agree on the problem. >> everything we know is going to be gone unless we do something. >> the nation's debt is out of control. >> the underlying economic resolution. >> time is running short. >> they keep saying that we need to draw a line in the sand. >> will they cut? >> this really is sad, john, to have the chief executive of this land scaring people. >> or will they run? >> the leadership is headed over to the white house at the 11th hour, i
, president obama blasted republican lawmakers on sequestration. here is how he sees things. >> what is important to understand not everyone will feel the pain of these cuts right away. consequence of this sequester. we could see growth cut by over one-half of 1%. as long as the sequester is in place, we know the economic news could have been better. if congress had not failed to act. it's happening because a choice that republicans in congress have made. they decided to protect special interest tax breaks for the well off and the well connected. that's not a square tactic. that's a fact. >> dana: it's pretty grim compared to the president but nothing compared to whattia leno, so tolling his audience. >> the white house is being accused of using scare tactics to gain public support on sequestration issue. they're trying too hard. have you seen the latest act? take a look. >> if sequestration isn't resolved the world as we know it will change forever. school children will be taught by driftersism instead of cookies, girl scouts will sell lent. old people will be sent to europe and lik
media bias in favor of president obama as a major reason for her husband's failed candidacy. meanwhile, mitt romney says the power of the incumbency and public support for obama care got the president reelected. he does not, however, blame one of his top surrogates, new jersey governor chris christie, for literally embracing president obama when the garden state was ravaged by hurricane sandy just days before the election. >> i'm not going to worry about how chris was doing what he thought was best for the people of the state. i launched m lost my election by campaign, not because of what anyone else did. >> reporter: mitt romney said his most recent run went better than his 2008 attempt. he made it clear. he said he will not run for president a third time. jamie? >> so now we know and much more to come on that. thanks, peter, so much. >>> well, coming up on "fox news sunday", anchor chris wallace will join us live with more of his interview with both mitt and ann romney. >>> out of the middle east, secretary of state john kerry meeting with egypt's president morsi in cairo this mornin
. but this is project. that's 36 straight months of project sector job growth under president obama. and we're seeing momentum elsewhere in the obama agenda. on gay rights, the president now pushing for equality: >>> on terrorism, osama bin laden's son-in-law now chaptured, appeared in a new york city court. on women's rights, president obama this week renewing the violence against women act. and, on gun control. a major hurdle cleared when a senate panel approved a gun trafficking bill. the president is getting it done. and here's how you know he's winning. today, rnc chairman reince pri oh, priebus is getting on the right track. now it's time for president obama and his party to join us. >> no word if he actually said that one with a straight face. and then there's gop water boy marco rubio. the party savior. his big, new idea today. shut down the government unless the president's health care law is completely defunded and repealed. what an idea. give that man another round of polo spring. but the right wing media is trying to attack over white house tours? >> look, mr. president, if you can't keep
, barack obama check mates congressional republicans in had a 13th hour fiscal cliff deal. he makes good on his campaign promise to raise taxes on higher income earners and postpone across the board spending cuts known as the sequester. >> no, don't participate from that ruse, this debacle. >> and willing to go over the fiscal cliff unless all the bush tax cuts were extended permanently was declared the biggest loser. >> i have a message for the tea party members everywhere, destroying government is not good politics. >> and it's a financial meltdown in this country, if you don't stop spending. >> congressman paul brown, republican from georgia says the tea party principles are not the bane of the g.o.p. it's their only hope. >> somehow we have to have a party that stands firm on principles. >> and communicate them effectively. >> the republican party's message has been deplorable. >> why, they used to be good at it. >> i blame our leadership. >> john: congressman tom price has been part of that leadership. >> congressman, what's your sense with the tea party? are they kind of the spent
behind president obama's failure to compromise on the fiscal mess? the "the washington post" not a conservative bassian says it's all about nancy pelosi. krauthammer, crowley and colmes will analyze. >> these were smears during my election process. >> bill: involved in the senator menendez prostitution situation. we will have the latest. ♪ ♪ >> why are americans turning away from worshiping in public? we'll have some answers. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the real reason president obama is not trying to solve the fiscal chaos. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as you may have noticed i'm getting very frustrated with president obama. it has nothing to do with ideology. it has to do with performance. it's obvious to anyone who pays attention that mr. obama is is not trying to solve the fiscal mess. he does not want to cut spending and will not put forth any specific plans to do so. he will also not give his vision on entitlement reform,
% of americans looking for handouts. >> the president had the power of incumbency. obama care was very attractive particularly to those without health insurance and they came out in large numbers to vote. that was part of the successful campaign. >> chris: fairly or not you know a lot of republican leaders roasted you for those remarks. iowa governor, my feeling is we need to turn the page. gop strategist ed rogers he you can exit the stage any time and no one will mourn. did that hurt? did you feel in a sense you were being pushed out of the party? >> i'm not going to second guess what other people have to say. i don't look back. i look forward. >> you never like it and i never like it and i -- i'm like a she lion when it comes to defending mitt. i know his heart and his abilities. i know he would have been a fabulous president and i mourn the fact that he is not there. and it would have been much better for america i believe in my heart if he had been there right now. >> chris: we are are going to talk to your husband separately. you will have to just sit here for a minute but i want to ask mrs
. obama? >> well, start packing. >> i believe it's mitt's time. it's our turn now. >> it's our turn now. that explains it all. lord and lady romney, the entitled plutocrats who made the false assumption that their vast personal wealth qualified them for the white house. i'm reminded of those remarkable words of andrew carnegie. there is no class so pitablely wretched as that which possesses money and nothing else. thanks so much for watching. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> cutting the deficit at any price, even when the price is too high. let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm michael smerconish in for chris matthews. leading off tonight, deficit chicken hawks. we begin this week to find that republicans have gotten what they wanted, indiscriminate cuts in government. what no one is disputing is that they'll kill jobs and slow the recovery all while doing nothing to solve our long-term spending problem. it's not unlike being fat and deciding to cut off your leg to lose weight. at least we now know the one thing the gop stands for, cutting spending, any spending, an
in his second term president obama huddled with his cabinet on monday afternoon. their to do list is long. >> one of the things that i have instructed not just my white house, but every agency is to make sure that regardless of some of the challenges that they may face because of sequestration, we're not going to stop bork. >> leading the charge on one of the president's top priorities is the veep, joe biden, who has been tasked with gun safety reform, but there are other signs that the scranton scrapper may have considerably larger role in the coming seasons. a white house aide hinted as much last week. he will be more important in the second term. he has proven to be invaluable to the president. biden has indeed been invaluable and at times encourageable as the principle closer, deal maker, and wing man. during the campaign, biden was the president's ambassador to blue collar voters and the rust belt, following the president's less than awesome debate performance in early october, bideern took his turn on the stage prompting jonathan alter to declare joe biden may have saved barack obam
's the question. petraeus has proposed when he was still running the war in afghanistan that the obama administration adopt a policy whereby people would be targeted for drones because based on some suspicious activities that looked like they might be terrorists. even if we weren't sure who those people were. that worries me. it bothers me not just we might be killing american citizens. it worries me that we might be killing anybody. if we don't have absolute certainty that these people represent a legitimate threat to the united states. and it certainly ought to be more than something they said. you know, after we killed al awlaki, a drone also hit his son. well, we're now told that was an accident. well, how did he end up hit by a drone? >> does anybody admit he was a target, cynthia? >> nobody knows. nobody's saying. that's the problem again. it is shrouded in secrecy. united states citizens don't know what is being done in our names, and we should. >> cynthia tucker, ron reagan. coming up, when is president obama going to get some credit snit this is like rodney danger field? when
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